Today, this remarkable man and humble genius is regarded as the father of diagnostic radiology, the medical speciality which uses imaging to diagnose disease. And yet, outside of the field of radiology, Roentgen's name remains unknown, his very name literally being "X'd" out his discovery. Roentgen, you see, is the "Mr. X" of "X-rays". So, what happened to his name?
The year is 1914. Europe is aflame in "The Great War" (World War I), a war that has been forced upon Germany and Austria-Hungary by the dark forces of the New World Order, and their French and British "hitmen". In the West, a vile propaganda campaign has been launched against Germany.
To counter the lies, 93 of Germany's leading scientists, scholars and artists sign their name to "The Manifesto of the 93". The document denounces the lies aimed at Germany, and decalres unequivocal support of German military actions. Wilhelm Roentgen is one of the signatories.